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Cover: Living Fossils: Survivors from Earth's Distant Past

Kirkus Reviews

“A satisfying selection of nature’s survivors for readers intrigued by the animal world.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: Mega-Dogs of New Kansas

Kirkus Reviews

“An inventive intergalactic romp.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: Behind the Bookcase: Miep Gies, Anne Frank, and the Hiding Place

Publishers Weekly

Best suited for those already familiar with Frank’s story; includes an author’s note, bibliography, and further reading." — Publishers Weekly

 
Cover: Behind the Bookcase: Miep Gies, Anne Frank, and the Hiding Place

Booklist

“A historically accurate but relatively gentle introduction to the Holocaust for elementary-age readers.” — Miriam Aronin, Booklist

 
Cover: Genomics: A Revolution in Health and Disease Discovery

Booklist

“A clear, understandable, and well-sourced look at how advances in genomic medicine alter the treatment of diseases, with thought-provoking ideas to consider regarding the ethics of human genetic modification.”—Booklist

 
Cover: She Represents: 44 Women Who Are Changing Politics . . . and the World

Booklist

" A timely introduction for budding feminists."—Booklist

 
Cover: Hard Hat Cat!

San Diego Jewish World

“A happy surprise ends this fun story of caring and friendship.” — Marcia Berneger, San Diego Jewish World

 
Cover: Judah Touro Didn't Want to be Famous

San Diego Jewish World

“True tzedakah was a gift from the heart and needed no recognition.” — Marcia Berneger, San Diego Jewish World

 
Cover: How to Do It Now Because It's Not Going Away: An Expert Guide to Getting Stuff Done

Kirkus Reviews

“[The] peppy ‘just do it’ approach treats procrastination, disorganization, and similar difficulties as simple matters of technique, practice, and willpower, which many will find inspiring . . .”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: Undecided, 2nd Edition: Navigating Life and Learning after High School

Kirkus Reviews

“A useful and comprehensive handbook for teens contemplating life after high school.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: Genomics: A Revolution in Health and Disease Discovery

School Library Journal

“An excellent bridge between real-world technology applications of biotechnology and what students learn in their biology classrooms.”—starred, School Library Journal

 
Cover: A Garden in Your Belly: Meet the Microbes in Your Gut

Kirkus Reviews

“A gentle look deep inside.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: The Most Beautiful Thing

Kirkus Reviews

“A deep and moving reflection on enduring hardship and generational love. . . . Poignant storytelling with stunning visuals.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: She Represents: 44 Women Who Are Changing Politics . . . and the World

School Library Journal

“[H]ighlights a variety of prominent, international women leaders who have made major political and social contributions to their countries. . . . [E]specially useful for school projects or for those interested in politics. Recommended for purchase.”—School Library Journal

 
Cover: Cryptocurrencies and the Blockchain Revolution: Bitcoin and Beyond

Kirkus Reviews

“A balanced, reputable reference.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: Eye by Eye: Comparing How Animals See

Kirkus Reviews

“[P]ictures of children with extra eyes, moving eyes, antennae, and animalistic pupils are intriguingly bizarre to look at and will likely keep curious children coming back to this book for stares and giggles.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: Bionic Beasts: Saving Animal Lives with Artificial Flippers, Legs, and Beaks

Kirkus Reviews

“Scientifically inclined readers will enjoy this in-depth application of STEM to disabled animals.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: 50 Animals That Have Been to Space

School Library Journal

“A fascinating, compact look at how a variety of creatures informed scientists’ knowledge of space travel’s potential impact on human bodies—once started, it’s difficult to put down.”—starred, School Library Journal

 
Cover: How Do You Make a Baby?

Kirkus Reviews

“Finally: a ‘where do babies come from’ book that doesn’t mince words—or pictures. . . .Answers an often difficult question with humor and even grace.”—Kirkus Reviews

 
Cover: The MOOsic Makers

Publishers Weekly

“. . . [A] prescient reminder about mooing to one’s own beat.”—Publishers Weekly

 
Cover: Shalom Bayit

San Diego Jewish World

“A great first book about animals and a relaxing book to read at naptime or bedtime.” — Marcia Berneger, San Diego Jewish World

 
Cover: Miriam at the River

San Diego Jewish World

Miriam at the River will be a treasured book during Passover and all throughout the year." — Marcia Berneger, San Diego Jewish World

 
Cover: All's Happy That Ends Happy

Booklist Online

“A satisfying conclusion to the lively Swedish chapter-book series that began with My Happy Life (2013).”—Booklist Online

 
Cover: The Book of Secrets

Kirkus Reviews

“Readers will be happily confounded by every secret in this book.” — Kirkus Reviews